CIRMARE 2023 – VI International Congress on the “Recovery, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Buildings”

CIRMARE 2023 – VI International Congress on the “Recovery, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Buildings”

General theme


Dates of realization: December 5, 6 and 7, 2023

Local: Local Faculty of Engineering – University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

Organization University of Beira Interior and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Objectives CIRMARE 2023 aims to contribute to the knowledge and promotion of practices in Rehabilitation that boost the resilience and adaptation of buildings and cities and identify new solutions to meet the future needs of a contemporary society that aims to be more sustainable in its principles and in its actions. Thus, this international congress will promote an ideal opportunity for the exchange of information between professionals and researchers working in the field of recovery, maintenance and rehabilitation of built assets and cities.

Official languages English, Portuguese, Spanish Thematic areas Technological Updating of Constructions – Building Quality Assessment – BIM and the Digitization of Construction – Circular Economy in the Construction Sector – Near Zero Energy Buildings – Case Studies in Recovery, Maintenance and Rehabilitation – Information Management in Construction – Housing, Occupant Comfort and Health – Industrialization of Rehabilitation Processes – Interventions in Historical and Cultural Heritage – Maintenance and Requalification of Built Spaces – Urban Planning – Innovation and Inclusion Urban Infrastructure Rehabilitation – Recovery of Degraded Urban Areas – Urban Resilience and Climate Change – Sustainability of Buildings – Service Life and Pathologies in Buildings – Accessibility of Buildings and Urban Spaces

Important dates:

  • Submission of Full Papers for Review: 21 April 2023
  • Acceptance of Papers: 9 June 2023
  • Start of registrations: 19 June 2023
  • Registration closing: 20 October 2023

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